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    HTML5 or booststrpe website are auto mobile friendly


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    ASP.NET MVC allows for lots of possible architectures to support this:
    You could render different views for mobiles, as in Scott Hanselman’s recent post
    You could have a separate MVC area for mobiles, so you can handle their requests using different controller logic as well as different views
    You could simply have a separate layout/master page for mobiles, but otherwise, let them share the same controller logic and views as desktop browsers


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    While developing the mobile versions of the sites it should be taken into account that the less graphics, animation and other "burdening excesses" there will be on the mobile site, the higher will be the speed of loading pages that is more convenient and cheaper for the user.


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    The tremendous number of cell phones makes exhaustive testing a viable difficulty, leaving engineers nostalgic for the days when they as it were.


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